Pitt’s star QB Kenny Pickett has officially retained WME Sports for representation heading into the NFL Draft.
Kenny Pickett took this college football season by storm, collecting a multitude of single-season and career Pitt records and earning himself a spot as a Heisman finalist. The redshirt senior threw for over 4,300 yards with a 62.4% completion rate, which compiled 42 touchdowns and only 7 interceptions. Pickett’s breakout season netted in the Johny Unitas Golden Arm Award, ACC Player of the Year, Unanimous All-American honors, and a seat at the Heisman table alongside the nation’s top talent.
Pickett now has his sole focus on preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft after opting out of the Peach Bowl. Already a projected top 10 selection, Pickett could reasonably climb his way into the top 5 as he’s widely considered one of, if not the single highest-ranked QB entering the draft.